DECA rebranding

Amanda Thattanakham, A&E Editor

December 1, 2015

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A new school year invites new teachers, leading to new clubs and sponsors. DECA’s newest sponsor, Laurie Jennings, the graphic design teacher, is taking action and working towards a “rebranding” of the infamous club. With a new set of officers, sponsor, and purpose, DECA has a fresh foundation to succeed. “DECA is a cl...

Veteran Health Care

Amanda Thattanakham, A&E

October 9, 2015

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American veterans have risked their lives for the freedom of U.S. citizens overseas, but have to deal with a tougher battle at home. According to the Department of Veteran Affairs Office of Inspector General, more than 300,000 veterans have died waiting on healthcare. “I would put my life on the line and fight for our freedom, bu...

Runaways

Holland Primm, Editor

October 9, 2015

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Trouble at home, fights with friends, emotional toil, and stress of everyday life are enough to make someone want to simply run away and forget it all. Unfortunately, some people do. According to the National Conference of State Legislators, one in seven young people between the ages of 10 and 18 will run away from their ho...

Printerless

Caty Langston, Features

October 9, 2015

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Students swarmed around English teacher Amy Johnson’s desk in an impatient line, awaiting their turn at the single printer. Johnson’s english classes are required to write multiple essays throughout the year, type them on a Chromebook, and then normally print their papers for review. “When students write an essay that they ar...

Marshallese Culture

Ashton Moreland, Copy Editor

October 9, 2015

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Pure astonishment was what overwhelmed junior Albert Davis when his plane landed, carrying him from everything he’d ever known on the Marshall Islands to the big, bustling city of Dallas, Texas in the heart of America. “I’d never seen buildings so big,” said Davis as he described the transitional journey that he ma...

Admin clears up rules for student section

Ashton Moreland, Copy Editor

October 9, 2015

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Senior Drew Dodson bolts through the field house in a huddle amongst other football players, deafening screams ringing in his ears as they echo throughout the stadium. He looks straight ahead as a cloud of white smoke lingers in the air. Students clasp their hands together as the white baby powder between everyone’s fingers hi...

Onyx Coffee Lab becomes a hotspot for HBHS student

Amanda Thattanakham, Alex Curiel, and Rachel Baker

April 10, 2015

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The Onyx Coffee Lab has always been a popular attraction, but with the Springdale location being just down the road from Har-Ber High School, it’s everyone’s favorite go-to spot. Whether you’re looking for a place to study or a meeting place for friends, Onyx Coffee Lab has it all. “It’s more spacious, it’s a...

Weekend Hotspot: Arkadia Retrocade

Amanda Thattanakham, Alex Curiel, and Rachel Baker

April 6, 2015

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The energy level is high as you enter the Arkadia Retrocade. Immediately after walking into the retro-feel lounge, you’re greeted by owner, Shea Mathis, instantly feeling welcomed. “Just five dollars. No tokens, no tickets, no re-entry fee. You’re buying it for the day. It’s simple and I do simple,” said Mathis. The...

Library temperatures at an all-time low

April 2, 2015

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As the weather has gotten colder in Springdale, the Har-Ber library has seen significant drops in temperature. Due to a faulty computerized gas valve, the heat in the library has not been working since the beginning of the second semester. While the library was chilly to begin with, the lack of heat has dropped to nearly match...

National Merit Scholars: Har-Ber’s very own

Amanda Thattanakham and Rachel Baker

February 25, 2015

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Each year, approximately 3.5 million students take the PSAT/NMSQT, but only the top 1% of participants become National Merit Scholars. From Springdale School District, seven students qualified – five were Har-Ber's very own. Maddie McWhorter, Alex O’Brien, Timothy Stout, Chynna Todd, and Jackson Strouse were the five...

Bicycling Club

Rhiannon Fields

February 24, 2015

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This semester, Har-Ber high school will be introducing a new Bicycling Club thanks to Senior Isaiah Coleman and the club’s teacher advisor Mr. Pitman. The first meeting took place Feb 3 and the club will continue to meet throughout the rest if the school year. “Cycling is a good way to relieve stress, and at Har-ber I...

Classrooms go paperless

Kerrigan Reading, Features Editor

February 6, 2015

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Senior Olivia Cash spent hours working on a review for class and had just finished the seventh page when her computer crashed. All at once, she couldn’t breathe as pure terror and disbelief washed over her. Those hours of work all for naught as soon as the computer shut down, creating twice as much homework for Cash instantaneously....

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